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UNIT NAME
CSPCS - Cleanroom Software Process Case Study
VERSION
26-JUL-91
ORIGIN
ASSET
REVIEW CODE
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INET ADDRESS
librarian@source.asset.com
AUTHOR
William H. Ett
IBM Corporation
RIGHTS
Approved for public release; distribution unlimited
COPYRIGHT
1991 IBM
LOCATION
ASSET
PAL

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ABSTRACT

ASSET_A_273:  Cleanroom Software Process Case Study
     This case study describes the problem selected for evaluating
software  development process capabilities for the STARS Program.  This
document selects  a portion of the process defined in "The Cleanroom
Engineering Software  Development Process" (ASSET_A_299; IBM CDRL
07001-001) for use in planning the  implementation of a well-defined
process, in support of IBM's evaluation of the  process enactment
support tool, the Knowledge-based Integration Shell  (KI Shell).
     The "Cleanroom Software Process Case Study" problem also provides
the "Host-at-Sea Buoy" problem, specified in box structure notation, for
use in  testing the implemented software processes.  
     This document is a companion document to the "Cleanroom Engineering
Process Assistant Specification" (ASSET_A_274; IBM CDRL 03706-001A) and
the  "Cleanroom Software Process Case Study: Executive Summary"
(ASSET_A_188;  IBM CDRL 03706-001B).


REVISION HISTORY

26 July 1991       IBM      Initial release to ASSET
11 December 1993   ASSET    Initial release to the PAL


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